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MA - Master of Arts
There has been little to no research on ways in which professional recording spaces and techniques can be utilized for therapeutic benefit in a group music therapy setting. This paper outlines an arts-based recording method with a framework to promote resiliency, socialization within a group of peers, and effective self-expression for blind children who have experienced trauma within an elementary school context. There is also a discussion regarding the application of the recording process for beneficial group use more generally. The method framework was designed to be easily replicable for further research.
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Peck, Graham, "Exploring the Music Making and Recording Process Working with Blind Children in an Elementary School Context, a Method" (2020). Expressive Therapies Capstone Theses. 310.
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